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is spoken or written language that follows regular speech patterns. It is made
up of sentences and paragraphs, as opposed to poetry which is made up of lines
and stanzas. The term "prose" is often used to describe writings such
as novels, short stories, and narratives.
by Hans Christian Andersen
Hans Christian Andersen was a famous Danish writer. ...
by Edgar Rice Burroughs from Tarzan of the Apes
Chapter VI passage: Published in 1914, Edgar Rice Bu...
by Frances Hogsdon Burnett from A Little Princess
Chapter VIII passage: Frances Hogsdon Burnett wrote ...
by Edith Nesbit from The Railway Children
Chapter 2 Passage: Edith Nesbit wrote "The Railway C...
by Lewis Carroll from Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland
Chapter IV Passage: Lewis Carroll’s classic novel "A...
by Mary Mapes Dodge from Hans Brinker, or The Silver Skates
American author Mary Mapes Dodge wrote “ Hans Brinke...
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle from The Lost World
Chapter XII passage: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is most ...
by Thornton Burgess from Old Mother West Wind
Thornton Burgess loved nature and liked to write abo...
by J. M. Barrie from Peter Pan
Chapter 1 passage: The novel “Peter Pan” began as a ...
by Rudyard Kipling from Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
This is a passage from Rudyard Kipling’s 1894 short ...